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Table 5 The ten novel phenotypes with highest predictive variance

From: Predicting network modules of cell cycle regulators using relative protein abundance statistics

Mutant # Mutation 1 Mutation 2 Mutation 3
90 e k i,n2=0 k p b f b2=0 k d p i514=0
21 e k i,n2=0 k p b f b2=0 -
57 k p i5k2=0 e k i,b2=0 k d p i514=0
11 k p i5k2=0 e k i,b2=0 -
85 e k i,n2=0 k p i5n3=0 k p b f b2=0
58 k p i5k2=0 e k i,b2=0 k d p n e t,p x =0
81 e k i,n2=0 k d p k i,14=0 k p b f b2=0
128 k p b f b2=0 k d p i514=0 k d p n e t,p x =0
42 k p b f b2=0 k d p n e t,p x =0 -
106 e k i,b2=0 k p b f b2=0 k d p n e t,p x =0
  1. Based on the relative abundance predictions generated by the parameter vectors in Ensemble 16, these mutants mutants have the highest variability values (i.e., Mutant 90 has the largest sum of CV values from the relative abundance predictions among the 129 novel mutants). Variability decreases from top to bottom